"Leavin' Trunk" as written by and J. Estes....
Goin' upstairs to pack my leavin' trunk
I ain't seen no whiskey - woman make me sloppy
Ain't seen no whisky - woman made me drunk
Goin' back home - where I had much better luck
Look here darling - want me to be your king
Said you're kiddin' darling - gotta keep it hid
Don't let your main man - your husband catch me here
Don't let your main man - your husband catch me here


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"Leavin' Trunk" as written by John Sleepy Estes

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    Listening to this makes you feel 100 times cooler straight away. Love it.
    freshonlybakeryon August 11, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThe meaning of this song is obvious. This guy is messin' around with another guys wife. This has to be an old blues song. Does anyone know by whom?

    Just listening to this song makes me feel cool.

    When the black man made the blues I don't think he invisioned his music being forgotten by most of his people for this lame, shallow, and ignorant thing they call rap.

    Wether the Black Keys are white or black I'm glad they are showing respect for the blues and playing it well.
    rawu10on October 04, 2007   Link

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